The camp has been moved back a few weeks into April. We noticed that airfare and local hotels tend to be full or very expensive in the area due to Spring Break and Daytona Bike Week.
After an analysis of our last several camps and many of the events we traveled to during 2016 and 2017, we’ve concluded that we need smaller groups. When these camps began, groups of 8 were chosen because we weren’t doing much more than tracking and pretty much all head first. Even though we feel that our camps are still mainly based on angles, the natural progression of this type of flying has taken us to mix it up with head up, static vertical/flat formations, etc. Even just flying angles, we have realized that taking out 2 people out of a group of 8 already allows coaches to push participants closer to their limits, providing a more progressive and safer learning environment.
***NEW*** We’ll be jumping from 15K from Tuesday the 2nd to Friday the 5th. And from 18K with O2 on Saturday the 6th. There will be an O2 briefing for everyone, and particularly for those not familiar with it on Saturday morning.
Registering for the camp while failing to meet minimum requirements, and/or overestimating your skills in the questionnaire may cause you to be removed (red card) from the camp without right of refund.
– Claudio Cagnasso
– Manny Guevara
– Luis Prinetto
… and more to be announced
We have put extra safety precautions in place; Some of those measures are as follows:
All jumpers are required to wear a mask to board our aircraft and limited capacity loads are available upon request.
Signage is posted limiting the number of people allowed in enclosed spaces at one time. Surfaces will be sanitized throughout the day and a commercial cleaner will be used to disinfect all surfaces and carpets each evening.
Do not visit our location if you are ill or if you have been exposed to anyone who is ill unless you have been cleared by a medical professional.